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How to Treat Hypertensive Nephropathy Effectively

2016-04-27 16:44

How to Treat Hypertensive Nephropathy EffectivelyHow to treat Hypertensive Nephropathy? Hypertensive Nephropathy results from long-terms of high blood pressure. If left untreated, it may eventually progressed into kidney failure. Therefore, to control high blood pressure timely means a lot for Hypertensive Nephropathy patients.

How can high blood pressure lead to kidney failure?

Kidneys are organs surrounded by blood capillaries, which can help filter out wastes and prevent protein from leaking into urine. High blood pressure increases the pressure to vascular walls so that protein leaks from the kidneys. This can cause damage to kidney filtration system. If untreated timely, long-term kidney damage will be irreversible and the compensatory ability of kidneys increases. Finally, kidney disease advances to kidney failure.

How to treat Hypertensive Nephropathy?

Since high blood pressure, the level of kidney function and complications determine patients’ prognosis, our therapies should begin with these three points.

1. Control high blood pressure actively

Various anti-hypertensive agents are usually used for people with high blood pressure. For kidney disease patients, ACEi and ARBs are better, because they can also protect kidneys and ease proteinuria. Besides, a healthy diet with low salt and protein is also needed.

2. Manage hypertension complications timely

Addition to kidney damage, hypertension can also cause damage to many other organs and systems. For example, if patients have proteinuria, it may cause further kidney damage. To prevent protein from leaking into urine, steroids are often used. Also, taking in correct amount of high-quality protein is useful.

3. Improve kidney function level effectively

As introduced by doctors of TCM, some Chinese medicines are effective on dilating blood vessels and increasing the self-curative ability of damaged kidney cells. With these effects, the pressure on vascular walls reduces and more blood transport to impaired kidney cells. As a result, kidney function can recover gradually.

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